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As a product of the VERY early “unashamed generation,” my teen years at church were filled with Tye Tribbett concerts and listening sessions of his albums. I have Read More →
Francis Chan, former pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Simi Valley, Calif., admitted that he struggled with pride and depression after he became a “Christian celebrity,” a status which popular Christian artists identify with.
“I saw a purity in my life early on that I felt like I was Read More →
Collision Records emcee Dre Murray had an articulate vision for his label debut solo album, “Gold Rush: Maybe One Day”—that people chase fame and fortune instead of God—and CEO Adam Thomason helped him communicate that vision through art.
Murray told Wade-O Radio that the concept of the album is Read More →
Christian hip hop can encourage people to do a lot of different things: give more, love more, read more, pray more, etc. But perhaps one of its most unique attributes is the ability to lead its listeners to worship the One True God.
Gospel rap doesn’t have to always Read More →
The following is a guest post, written by HeeSun Lee, JahRock'n Productions female emcee, a long time Wade-O Radio listener and supporter. HeeSun's bio and contact info can be found at the bottom of this post. If you’re interested in guest blogging, please contact our managing editor, Read More →
A lot of times, we as Christians, subconsciously judge whether or not a person will ever be receptive of God’s grace, because of our self-righteous hearts. We look at the guy with the do-rag, tattoos, and sagging pants and say “there is no way that God could or would Read More →